Faith In Strangers

The beautiful dark spectrum of Andy Stott’s oeuvre

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Andy Stott’s back catalog is a grey-to-black spectrum. Despite his astute imaginative smudgy dub knack, he cunningly avoids extremes. He seeks solace in the dreariest of corners. The fruit of Stott’s experimentations has no scent of experimentation left at its core. His soundscapes work like calculated packages of laconic post-mayhem. He does not…

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